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Nosotras las mujeres

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Nosotras las mujeres
GenreTelenovela
Written bySalvador Jaramillo
Margarita Villaseñor
Directed byJulio Castillo
StarringSilvia Derbez
Fernando Larrañaga
Beatriz Sheridan
Martha Roth
Sonia Furió
Anita Blanch
Eduardo Noriega
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
Production
Executive producerIrene Sabido
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original release1981 (1981)

Nosotras las mujeres (English title: We the women) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Patricia Lozano for Televisa in 1981.[1] It starred by Silvia Derbez, Beatriz Sheridan, Martha Roth, Sonia Furió, Anita Blanch and Fernando Larrañaga.

Cast

  • Silvia Derbez as Alma
  • Beatriz Sheridan as Edna
  • Martha Roth as Monica
  • Sonia Furió as Ivonne
  • Anita Blanch as Beatriz
  • Fernando Larrañaga as Manuel
  • Eduardo Noriega as Agustin
  • María Rojo as Ana
  • Claudio Obregon as Luis Mariano
  • Sergio Jimenez as Max
  • Queta Lavat as Aida
  • Adriana Parra as Estela
  • Lourdes Canale as Maria
  • Alejandro Tamayo as Felipe
  • Pablo Ferrel as Emilio
  • Alberto Inzua as Antonio
  • Maria Fernanda Ayensa as Alicia
  • Esteban Siller as Salomon
  • Magda Rodriguez as Malena
  • Ismael Aguilar as Mario
  • Myrrah Saavedra as Elizabeth
  • Rebeca Rambal as Marcela
  • Gilberto Gil as Miguel
  • Gerardo Paz as Eduardo
  • Patricia Renteria as Rosa
  • Jose Luis Padilla as Ramon
  • Eric del Castillo as Manuel
  • Javier Marc as Maximiliano
  • Enrique Ortiz as Ernesto
  • Claudia Guzmán as Elisa

References

  1. ^ "Nosotras las mujeres, Novelas de Televisa 1981" (in Spanish). Alma Latina. Retrieved January 14, 2015.

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